Fast Tracking as Standard Practice
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Fast Tracking as Standard Practice

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      In two short years, FHWA and MSHTO's Technology Implementation Group have sponsored 14 ACTT workshops, with more in the planning stage. Each attracts national transportation experts in specific skill sets who team up with colleagues from the host States to spotlight ways to shorten construction time, curb work zone congestion, and better serve motorists through improved quality. The workshops literally accelerate technology transfer by bringing innovative ideas to the table in concentrated two-day sessions. ACTT has cemented a track record of success in its workshops to date, according to participant feedback and results. Most agencies have found ways to slice construction time by 30 percent or more. Recurring recommendations have emerged: solutions with application to other highway projects across the States. The new approach to highway project development and construction is taking root as a standard practice. This second year report captures recommendations that have echoed through multiple workshops and distills the "best of" ACTT. It offers: recommended solutions by skill set and by project with a spotlight on those resonating through multiple State projects; benefits for participating State agencies; a look inside a workshop; the status of ACTT projects; phone numbers and e-mail addresses for experts; and an at-a-glance ACTT calendar of States and dates.
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